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Kamra tal-Periti welcomes new amendment
The most recent amendment to legislation related to the construction sector in Malta removes the obligation of the architect in charge of the project to approve the site technical officer appointed by the contractor. This amendment also widens the pool of people authorised to provide such services through the inclusion of those in possession of a Bachelor of Engineering.
TM reviews electric kick scooter policies as public use remains illegal
The use of electric scooters in public spaces is illegal in Malta, therefore riding them using their in-built electric engine is not allowed for the time being. However, the transport authority is currently reviewing the related policies regulating this type of vehicle.
Kamra tal-Periti issues preliminary position prior to EGM
After reviewing the Avoidance of Damage to Third Party Property Regulations draft, the Council of the Kamra tal-Periti (chamber of Maltese architects) together with its team of technical experts issued a preliminary position to all architects, which will be discussed tomorrow at an Extraordinary General Meeting, according to a press statement sent to Business Malta.
Malta’s progressive approach boosts its medical cannabis potential
Exceptionally well-positioned Malta stands before serious potential related to medical cannabis; and its progressive approach can take the country far. Alexandra Curley, Head of Insights at Prohibition Partners, talks to Business Malta about the island nation’s potential in medical cannabis.
Sweden reregulates gambling market
Sweden re-regulates its online gambling market in order to establish a more attractive environment for iGaming companies, raising competition for Malta.